Having fun while staying safe
The next few months are usually a busy time of year for many people, with lots of celebrations and gatherings to look forward to.
Whether you’re celebrating Diwali, dressing up for Halloween, enjoying fireworks night, or celebrating Christmas and New Year, our fire safety page has lots of useful information about keeping safe inside your home.
It’s important to us that our residents live together in an environment of respect and tolerance. So, we won’t put up with antisocial behaviour (ASB) in any form.
In general, any action that causes a nuisance or annoyance to others is considered to be antisocial behaviour. It’s important to remember though that everyday noises, such as children playing or dogs barking occasionally, is part of life and not classed as antisocial behaviour.
Visit our personal safety page to learn more about our approach to managing ASB and supporting residents experiencing domestic abuse and victims of hate crime.
How we can help
Our Resident Safety and ASB Hub team will be able to advise you on what we can do to help you, as well as referring you to other agencies for additional support.
If you have any safety and security concerns, please contact us. In an emergency, please contact the police on 999.